The perilous 1,000-mile journey to save Africa’s endangered black rhinos
28 Oct 2022
With the invaluable support of donors, partners and staff, Peace Parks Foundation celebrates connectivity throughout our many shining highlights of 2022, and the certainty that we are following our unique and vital course: conservation at scale.READ MORE
Over the past three months, Peace Parks Foundation translocated 400 animals representing seven plains game species from a selection of reserves in Namibia to Simalaha Community Conservancy in Zambia.
The Fence Stewardship programme has increased the number of feet, hands and eyes along the fence line, working to protect wildlife, people and their property and improve the relationship between people and nature....
Simalaha’s Community Cookstove Programme has been awarded the Gold Standard for a certified Carbon Credit future.
Rural communities living around national parks in Mozambique were protected from some of the devastating economic impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, through temporary employment for more than 700 community members.
On 7 December, Mozambique’s Council for Ministers issued a decree to formally merge the spectacular terrestrial and marine ecosystems of Maputo Special Reserve and Ponta do Ouro Partial Marine Reserve into one conservation...
Peace Parks Foundation – with the continued support of the donor community and our partners – managed to celebrate some of our most significant milestones to date in 2021.